First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said Scotland should be allowed to "effectively stay in the single market" following reports that Northern Ireland and the Republic could maintain regulatory alignment after Brexit. A leaked draft of plans for the Irish border after Brexit...
Antifa outnumbered white supremacists during a protest in front of the White House which saw the two rival groups hurl slogans at each other before being escorted away by the police. Neo-Nazis and members of the far right gathered on Pennsylvania Avenue...
A new spike in fighting in Yemen's capital city has seen at least 125 people killed and 238 wounded, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross. Saudi-led coalition warplanes struck at Houthi militia positions in Sanaa for a second day...
How to fix an economy stuck in the slow lane, with the CBI just the latest organisation to say that situation isn't likely to improve much over the next couple of years.  According to the nostalgic Thatcherites driving Brexit, you start by...
This week, Morgan Stanley claimed that “Corbyn would be more of a danger to markets than hard Brexit”, something which I saw as supremely ironic. Because the actions of Morgan Stanley, and others like it, laid the foundations for Leave because of...
Anu Partanen left her home country of Finland seven years ago, and she'd like to set one thing straight. Contrary to the popular belief that Nordic countries make the list of happiest countries year after year because they are unified utopias where...
The UK economy is expected to grow at a sluggish rate over the next couple of years, with economists warning that growth will remain lacklustre amid Brexit-related uncertainty. GDP is forecast to grow at 1.5 per cent in 2018 before dropping to...
Organisers of an anti-Donald Trump protest group are hoping to gather a million people to demonstrate against the president after details of his “working visit” to the UK were reported. More than 3,800 people have committed to a planned protest against the...
The Government has suspended a foreign aid scheme after an investigation claimed that taxpayers' money was being used by extremists in Syria. Officers from the Free Syrian Police (FSP), the civilian police force backed by Britain, have also been working with courts...
Construction activity picked up slightly in November although confidence among builders remained "subdued" due to Brexit-related uncertainty, according to the latest survey snapshot of the sector. The Purchasing Managers' Index rose to 53.1 in the month, up from 50.8 previously, with any...